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Nautilus NOVA Lateral Raise
Nautilus NOVA Lateral Raise


Product Code: S8LR


This product has been discontinued. For a comparable product, click here for the Nautilus EVO Nautilus EVO Lateral Raise

The Nautilus NOVA Lateral Raise provides full-range, single-joint rotary movement for the deltoids with pivoting handle grips that accommodate different forearm lengths.

Features and Benefits

  • Neutral and pronated hand grips to accommodate and vary workout protocol
  • Oversized handles for comfort and less emphasis on grip strength
  • Counter balanced movement arm to reduce starting resistance
  • Large contoured seat provides added comfort and support
  • The Nautilus NOVA line uses the same 11-gauge steel frame tubes and commercial-grade components as the other popular Nautilus Nitro Plus and XPLoad strength lines
  • The Kevlar-reinforced belt drive system, double-sealed bearings, four-bar linkage and ultra-low friction guide rod bearings provide a longer life, a smoother feel and a stronger weight transport system than conventional cable drive systems
  • The marine-grade, contoured upholstery adds comfort, longevity and improved aesthetics over flat pads
  • Bright colored adjustment handles add to user-friendliness, along with fully illustrated instructions on each station
  • It provides an integrated 5 lb. increment drop-down add-on weight system
  • It has quick and easy seat adjustments with a safe and solid pop-pin system

Technical Specifications

  • Dimensions: 55” x 50” x 57”
  • Unit Weight: 455 lbs
  • Weight Stack: 200 lbs

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Warranty Information

  • 12-Years Warranty on Frame
  • 3-Years Warranty on Moving Parts
  • 1-Year Warranty on Labor
  • 6-Month Warranty on Upholstery/Pads/Grips and tethered weight stack pins

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